With a slow pace of life on Alderney it is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life to enjoy Christmas as it should be. Spend some quality time with family and friends next to a fire in one of our quaint pubs or restaurants. Sample the taste of Alderney with our fine local produce during your Christmas day meal followed by a blustery walk on the beach.

To help plan your island time at Christmas keep an eye on this page to see what is happening.

 

 

Christmas Eve Church Services – 24th December

Midnight communion – 11.30pm at St Anne’s Church
Midnight Mass – 11.30pm at St Anne & St Mary Magdalen Catholic Church
Carols by Candlelight – at 4pm at the Methodist church

 

Christmas Eve at the Georgian House – 24th December

Fizz & Chips – Fish & Chips and a glass of Prosecco
Live Music with Rosie & Sam at 5pm
Live Music with The Fling – unplugged set at 9pm
Book early to avoid disappointment – 01481 822471 or email jade@georgianalderney.com

 

Christmas Day Church Services – 25th December

Prayer Book Holy Communion – 9am at St Anne’s church
Sung Eucharist – 10.30am at St Anne’s church
Mass – 10am at St Anne & St Mary Magdalen Catholic church
‘Joy to the world’ – 10.30am at the Methodist church
Worship – 10.30am at the Salvation Army

 

Boxing Day Walk – 26th December

Organised by the Alderney Wildlife Trust, the 18th annual Boxing Day Walk is a fantastic way to escape the piles of wrapping paper and work off that second helping of Christmas pudding.

Each year the route aims to take walkers to a seldom visited part of the island or somewhere that has recently been opened to the public or has work undertaken. No two walks are the same and you’ll visit historic sites as well as taking in some of the island’s most beautiful scenery.

The walk always finishes with mulled wine and Ingrid’s (owner of St Anne’s Guest House) delicious hand-crafted mince pies. The walk costs £6 for adutls, £3 for children, last approximately two hours and covers around 3-4 miles of winding paths with some steep sections.

More information avaliable at alderneywildlife.org

New Year’s Day Water Festival – 1st January 2019

A traditional wet welcome at the Marais Square (11am) courtesy of the Alderney Fire Brigade followed by the first swim of the year at Braye Beach (12noon).

 

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